Nambitha Ben-Mazwi defends herself after coronavirus mask backlash

Nambitha Ben-Mazwi defends herself after coronavirus mask backlash

- Actress Nambitha Ben-Mazwi is not shy to deliver a swift Twitter clap back when necessary

- The beauty was forced to do just that when a tweep came for her recently

- The tweep was upset that Nambitha was promoting masks that claim to protect against coronavirus infection

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Nambitha Ben Mazwi is a small package that comes with a whole lot of dynamite.

The actress delivered a knock out punch to a Twitter troll who wasn't happy with her promoting anti-coronavirus face masks.

It all started when Nambitha tweeted, "Gauteng tweeps. Please use the person's details below. Here's your plus since they're all sold out."

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The tweet included pics of face masks and details of where to get them.

One tweep felt that Nambitha was adding to the panic in the streets and promptly let her know.

The Twitter user wrote, "Argh, stop panic buying masks. They're not going to save you.'

"Masks are better worn by people with the virus to protect others."

Nambitha responded, "Looking for the panic you talk about sis. I'm just doing my bit sharing for those who I know have been searching."

"Maybe next time move along if you don't have anything of value to add."


Nambitha is a very familiar face on Mzansi screens.

She's starred in multiple productions including Broken Vows, Scandal and, most recently, The Queen.

The stunner opened up about how hard it was for her to play Shaqueesha, a schizophrenic character.

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